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Spring 2018: Harvest of the Month Program Intern Position Summary Massachusetts Farm to School is seeking a part-time intern to support our expanding Harvest of the Month (HOTM) program. This will require the intern to work 10 hours per week (one ½ day in the office, other hours remote). HOTM promotes local foods in schools and […]Learn More
We spoke with Amanda Muniz, Food Service Director at the Chelsea Public Schools, a district with 6300 students and 7 dining areas, about how she’s putting local food on the menu in her cafeterias and promoting her excellent work around the district. Procurement Chelsea Public Schools’ Food Service Director, Amanda Muniz uses a Farmlogix program to get […]Learn More
Earlier this month, we kicked off the 2017-18 Mass. Farm to School Institute with an incredible Fall Retreat at Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA on November 3rd-4th. School teams from Essex Technical High School, Webster Public Schools, and Ipswich Public Schools were selected from a pool of applicants for the opportunity to participate in the […]Learn More
USDA FY 2018 Farm to School Grant RFA The USDA FY 2018 Farm to School Request for Applications (RFA) is now open. On an annual basis, USDA awards up to $5 million in competitive grants for training, supporting operations, planning, purchasing equipment, developing school gardens, developing partnerships, and implementing farm to school programs. Grant funds will […]Learn More